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Bill Detail: HB24-1282

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Title Ninth-Grade Success Grant & Performance Reporting
Status Governor Signed (05/18/2024)
Bill Subjects
  • Education & School Finance (Pre & K-12)
House Sponsors M. Martinez (D)
R. Pugliese (R)
Senate Sponsors J. Coleman (D)
C. Simpson (R)
House Committee Education
Senate Committee Education
Date Introduced 02/13/2024
Summary

Under current law, the ninth-grade success grant program (grant
program) provides funding to local education providers and charter
schools to implement a ninth-grade success program to assist students in
ninth grade to develop the skills needed to successfully graduate high
school and succeed in their education and careers. Beginning in the
2024-25 state fiscal year, and for each year thereafter, the bill requires the
general assembly to annually appropriate $2.8 million for the grant
program.
Under current law, the office of dropout prevention and student
re-engagement (office) submits an annual report to the state board of
education, education committees of the house of representatives and
senate, and the governor regarding findings and recommendations to
reduce the student dropout rate and increase graduation and completion
rates. Starting with the report submitted in March 2026, the bill requires
the office to include certain ninth-grade performance measures for each
public school, school district, the charter school institute, and the state as
a whole.

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